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Suburban Songs

by The Massacoustics

Quirky, pop laced with soul
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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1. Suburban Song
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4:09 $0.99
2. New Orleans
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3:46 $0.99
3. Lucky Sometimes
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4. Letting Go
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5. Contain
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6. Breaking Away
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3:15 $0.99
7. Jingle
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8. Lay Down The Law
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9. Hollow Heart
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10. Talkin'
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Album Notes
The Massacoustics put a new and powerful twist on the term acoustic duo. If you take the energy of McCartney's melodies, the confident vocals of Crowded House and added the depth of Al green you would get a sound similar to the infectious groove called The Massacoustics.

The duo consists of Andy Thompson on guitar and vocals and Matt Thompson on bass, percussion and vocals. They grew up just south of Boston Massachusetts and started playing music early on in grade school. To any musical connoisseur, it's impossible to beat sibling harmonies. When you combine superb musicianship and stellar vocals to their unique songs you end up with an undeniable brand of acoustic rock.

Individually, Andy and Matt have logged thousands of hours as studio and touring musicians. With extensive travels throughout the United States, Canada and parts of Europe they've shared the stage with everyone from Bill Wyman and the Rhythm Kings (of The Rolling Stones) to Nickel Creek, Bad Finger and Willie Nelson. They have done studio sessions with legendary cats like Al Cooper And Steve Earle .

After years of playing in different bands all over the world, it seemed obvious that the two should pool their natural talents and focus exclusively on writing and performing as a unit. The duo originally formed with the sole purpose of getting some of their songs heard, but after the response of the crowd, it was evident that they were on to something. From their first note on stage, it was hard to believe that a sound that big was coming from just two people. Since 2001, audiences everywhere have felt the excitement of their live performances, and every return trip is met with an epidemic buzz.


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Amanda Richmond

Quirky, pop laced with soul - that says it all! all the songs are great.


Another Great Album!!!
This guy Kirk is an idiot! The CD is great! Yes the album is a change from what we are used to from the Thompson bro's, but that just shows how talented there song writing abilities are. Suburban song and Hollow Heart are definately standouts on this one. Great job guys!!!


Another Great Album!!!
This guy Kirk is an idiot! The CD is great! Yes the album is a change from what we are used to from the Thompson bro's, but that just shows how talented there song writing abilities are. Suburban song and Hollow Heart are definately standouts on this one. Great job guys!!!

Sheri & Dusty from Oklahoma

Wooohooo!!! Another great CD!
This CD is GREAT! Wasn't sure from the snipets here, but we picked it up at the KeyWest show last month and are already wearing it out. Matt & Andy are awesome and this CD is really fun. This one's more diverse and truly shows how talented these two guys are. Can't wait for them to get the big break they deserve.


Another gem from Matt and Andy
This one was a little different from the previous two cds with the additional musicians but still just as good. I can't understand why these guys aren't on a major label.

Toronto Freak

s'great. of course
OK - I haven't even received the CD yet...but we all know it's going to be great. I've heard three of the songs live and the teasey bits here are awesome. That's enough for me. Besides, I wanted to have the first review (because it's all about me). Hope that works out!


Love the boys !!
I have to say that I love the Massacoustics, but this is not my favorite album of theirs. I put Suburban Song and Hollow Heart on repeat, and the other songs are good, but I love those two because they remind more of their live shows and of their original sound. Don't get me wrong I'm willing to try new things, and I will support the boys no matter what.


these guys are so talented, the harmonies are great, i would love to see them in
headed out of my reach, will be sad -glad to see the talent soon become out of my reach, but for now they make me smile, and that's all i need...

Mass. Momma

Their music is so contagious! You hear it once and you know the songs by heart! I love them and try to see them live every chance I get! You're going a long way boys!!! Keep up the good work!

Kirk E.

The Massacoustics are bested by no one (well, maybe the Eagles)
Honestly, I believe this is the best band in the world right now. If youve never made it out to see them live, then you have no idea what you are missing. Sure, their albums are fantastic, but in concert is where Matt and Andy shine. I am almost saddened when I think about how soon, the Massacoustics will get picked up by a huge record label and go on a stadium tour, and I wont be able to afford to be close to the stage, and I wont be able to talk with the guys after the show. But they are destined for fame, and who am I to not want that?
BUY THIS CD. You wont regret it. Tell everyone you know about the Massacoustics. They are amazing.
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